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reporter: you just heard the police chief talking about the schools. it are trying to help keep floodwatfr we have someone standing nearby to tell us about these schools today. reporter: you can see that cars are still working to diver this water -- diaper this water -- divert this water.
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, this elementary school is also affected. parts of the playground are almost underwater. this is -- it actuating is happening at both schools. -- evacuating is happening at both goals. they are working to get the flooding under control. police s flooding this bad in 10 years. >> this is crazy. it is like i am in a dream. i cannot just wake up. my neighbors actually go to this school. i talked to her. i assess if she needed help -- asked if she needed help. reporter: they are playing it b
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they will open. reporter: high winds brought wn barn in the town of cinderblock -- what's we have to get ready for drew? drew: we are looking at between six and seven inches of rain. cap weather trackers there as well. we have a newly issued thderstorm morning that includes -- warning that includes these counties. let us talk about that. we have the doppler pretty busy with the thunderstorms.
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is the storms as they develop. as we get closer, we have this line of showers coming towards milwaukee and franklin. showers and thunderstorms capable of damaging winds. it is into greenfield. stay away from windows as the storms come we have a lot of heavy rainfall coming through. another line of showers and thunderstorms between whitewater, janesville as we go east through the next several hours. we will finally see a break after 7:00 or 8:00 tonight.
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. showers and thunderstorms until about 8:00 tonight. then they moved out. other than an isolated shower to set your thursday morning, we will see a totally different day tomorrow. temperatures should climb up to 80 degrees. more rain is on the way. we will talk about that more and update you on that thunderstorm warning. reporter: information for milwaukee mayor about drinking water. >> i urge anyone in a home older than 1951 to check their faucets. reporter: 75,000 pipes still need to be replaced that have let in them.
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laterals. cbs news reported earlier this year that the mayor is unhappy with the net -- amount of money allocated to correct problem. reporter: police are looking for this man. 35-year-old at some -- accused of attempted murder. these two survived the shooting, but police have been unable to find this hand. if you have any information please contact the milwaukee police department. there is a murder investigation in this area. they say she was shot and killed in an apartment on west wisconsin avenue.
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ey are looking for a person of interest, identified only as a male acquaintance. reporter: there could be free milwaukee bus rides for seniors and those with disabilities. they sold the county board committee that it will cost the county $3 million. one alteiv the free rides. some question the projected losses. >> if we are going to eliminate the deficit, the approach needs to be broader. we need to do an investigative look here to see what our real problems are because i do not believe that it is --
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e thderstorms continue to move there could be some strong winds . we also have a newly issued thunderstorm warning for jefferson and walker shot county -- we can put this in motion from whitewater into janesville. the biggest threat will be some strong winds over 50 miles per
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rainfall that could cause tree damage as well. we will watch that closely for you and have you -- get you another update in our full forecast. reporter: he is hoping his restaurant can open against in. it had its license suspended because he failed to show up for a hearing about an accide front door of his restaurant. he did not know he had to be there. he has applied for a temporary food license, which will allow him to reopen the restaurant but not so alcohol -- sell off -- alcohol. >> here he is, raining over his kingdom, the mayor.
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supposed to be here for his district. he is supposed to represent his district and he is not. reporter: he says they have had disagreements in the past. his actions now have not heard him as much as they are hurting his staff. we reached out to him for a reaction. reporter: today, they are still preparing in green bay. reporter: we're talking about a guy who only missed two games in his nfl career. now he is and to prove that they belong.
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he definitely has some shoes to fill. he is the doing a great job. >> he is gone to -- south of the border. reporter: peering green bay, -- if you are in the market for a new smart phone,
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today? >> we're just as ignorant as they were. take one of their family members . >> the day after i buried him, i almost ran a red light. reporter: we sure hope you are able to see our milwaukee at a crossroads which aired last night. if you missed it, you can watch it on our website you can hear from leaders in our community looking for an answer to gun violence in our city. drew: scattered showers and thunderstorms and some isolated
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the area. that is a problematic area. that goes out until -- we're talking towards franklin for the potential of some 50 mile-per-hour winds and some torrential downpours. we have an additional thunderstorm warning for this line of showers and thunderstorms from whitewater. let us take a look. that goes out until side of -- that goes intel 5:35. the greatest threat will be some
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take a look. we still have some heavy rainfall. a lot of that heavy rain is of dsouth ge county. that could cause some issues with flooding. they will be moving pretty quickly. that severe weather threat be shouldne. wave upon wave of scattered showers and thunderstorms. fear point -- the airport will be adding to this total. these totals will be updated. we got some additional totals from the last 24 hours. these are not airport. that is what you do not see it on the last math.
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some additional shots here, look at the clouds rolling through milwaukee earlier today with some scout -- showers and thunderstorms moving through. plan on bringing a umbrella. we will have some rain showers overnight. tomorrow, it is goin be a completely different day. we could start out with these goal or two with some clouds. afternoon #-- sunshine expected. let us take a look at the 10 day forecast to friday, more rains and storms moving in.
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temperatures will be in the lower 70's. plan on a few showers for saturday. sunday is at 73. monday will bump up to 80. look at the difference. we had 94 yesterday. next week, highs will be in the upper 60's. mike was asked who has the final say about security. a judge today continued the restraining order on fencing at the park. the attorney for the park says the sheriff would not order the fence back up at this point. the fencing is now moot.
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9:00. how will the states pay for roads in the next budget. difficult decisions must be made over the next month. nursing disagreement between two top republicans. -- we are seeing disagreements between two top republicans. reporter: that will include a and bridges. they will let more attention on keeping up the state system. he says there will be room for debate. that may come from assembly republicans. that could mean raising the gas tax or registration fees. they are also willing to explore putting tolls on wisconsin
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>> i respect his position, i think you respect mine. i said i would not raise the gas and registration fees unless there was a need. that is a promise i made to the taxpayers. i plan on fulfilling that. reporter: they back-to-school tax holiday. back-to-school could be done tax-free. it could be in place by next august. live in the newsroom. reporter: applentduced its latest reincarnation of the
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cordon did a car karaoke to hype the new phone today. it has its own digital connector , faster memory, -- the an >> apple has the potential for customers holding their phones longer and they start looking at the cheaper iphones and saying that it is good enough. reporter: it has a built in gps chip. it will be available for preorder by friday and in stores
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talking about the upcoming season which is only a few days away. reporter: injury free for the most part. there are some guys who are ready to get started. russ feingold: so, what do you girls want to be
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onomer. girl 2: i want to be a doctor! russ feingold: do you think you should be paid the same as boys? girl 1: definitely. girl 2: yep! russ feingold: well, i raised my two girls right here, and they agree with you - and so do i. unfortunately, in wisconsin, a lot of women make less than men doing the same job. i'll work for equal pay for women, and for paid leave so parents can care for a sick family member. discrimination against any women is flat out wrong. what you think of that? girls: good call! feingold: i'm russ feingold and i approve this message. z23eqz zvpz
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reporter: the broken finger appears to be fine. the bigger question is what his role be -- will be to start 2016.
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young packer hoping to start his career. >> it was my goal to have that position. i'm in that role and i am super excited. i am stepping in and playing with all you guys. i have to show them that i can do it. i need to react quickly and make that in game adjustments. >> he makes sure that he gets everything lines up. >> that is when you fall back on your technique. as long as you have a good technique, you're good. reporter: this is their fourth ever trip to jacksonville. they will go for the first when
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reporter: they released the linebacker. he announced on his twitter account that he was joining the packers. they have the conference basketball schedule. the verizon league starts december 29 at youngstown. three straight on the road before northern kentucky comes to the umw cancer arena on january 12. it is about small victories. a win over the cause in a three-game series is a pleasing when -- win. the cubs won the labor day
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to 26. congratulations to uw athletic director barry alvarez. the badges have three falls sports teams ranked in the top 10 in their respective sports.
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drew: there is a a warning in effect until 5:30. you have another warning in effect until 8:30. it looks like throughout
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we're still seeing some strong
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